Red Badge of Courage
solider illustrates in the book. The tattered solider pain
comes from all of the horrible things associated with war.
Him going crazy brings emotional pain and the physical pain
is brought on by the endurances of war. “There was a
endear. Even through the harshness of war people will find
something inside of them, overcome it and not let it bother
them. The tattered solider goes out and lives through the
tough endurance’s of war but he finds something inside of
him to live through it.
The perfect solider is what Jim Conklin brings to
the book. Jim never complains about war and fights as good
as the next man. Many of the people look up to Jim because
he is so strong willed. The regiments almost look up to Jim
in a spiritual way finding peace inside of them when they
distributing any of the regiment.
Wilson represents the two sides of human nature. In
of the true nature of Wilson. It is natural for people to
cover their true nature in front of new faces. Towards the
end of the book Wilson starts to care about Henry. hen Henry
is injured and he doesn’t try and fight the other men
difficult and Wilson becomes more comfortable with his
surroundings he transcends into the calm compassionate
person he really is.
represent some aspect of man either physically or
emotionally. This connection between the characters and the
reader make the book true to life and more believable. Since
the characters feel so real, physically and emotionally, the
reader has an easier time relating to them.